Adolph Kiefer

Why Use a High Octane Freestyle Technique?

At The Race Club, we advocate using High Octane Freestyle recovery in the sprint (50 meter) event and at the end of all freestyle (and IM) races.

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Bruce Wigo To Step Down As CEO Of ISHOF

The International Swimming Hall of Fame announced today that Bruce Wigo will be stepping down as President/CEO, effective December 31, 2017. He has led the organization for the past 12 years.


Adolph Kiefer Passes Away At 98 Years Old

Legendary swimmer and 1936 Olympic gold medalist Adolph Kiefer has passed away at the age of 98. Prior to his death, he was the oldest living American Olympic champion.


Get Vivid and Be Fierce with New Goggles from Kiefer

Gear up for competition with our all new Kiefer Fierce Swim Goggles. This low profile goggle fits securely to the eye socket with its hydrodynamic anti-drag design.

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Not Your Average Kickboard: The Kiefer Core Board

Kiefer’s Core Board brings new variety to training in an alien looking shape that is fueled by functionality.

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1936 Olympic Champion, 96 years old, still loves to swim

Adolph Kiefer was born in 1918, back in the days of Babe Ruth and the Red Baron.


Michael Phelps Statue Put On Display at International Swimming Hall of Fame For First Time

A statue of Michael Phelps now rests in the International Swimming Hall of Fame’s art collection, though the man himself is still not yet inducted.


Update on the Orca Start: Gaining Traction

When Matt Wunderlin first published his story about the “Orca Start” in Swimming Magazine, and then sent us some videos…

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The Unknown Epidemic-Swimming Can Save Your Child's Life

Let’s play a game of “Name That Cause of Death.” This Cause of Death represents over 25% of the deaths…

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Video: Adolph Kiefer- An Olympian for Life.

I just came across this great video about Adolph Kiefer. I’m sure most of you will recognize his name, and…

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